In 1996, Lexmark used EXCIMER (ARGO printer N)/fluorine (FLUMRINE) laser cutting technology to launch a 1200*1200dpi ultra-high resolution colorful inkjet printer Lexmark CJ7000 in the world.
In 1998, a multi-color inkjet EPSON Stylus Photo 700 with a higher resolution of 1440dpi and six-color printing function came out in the world.
1998 Canon BJC-7100, the world's first 7-color photo printer, was born
In 1999, a colorful inkjet printer EpsonIP-100 that could print A4 photos without using a computer was born. In 2000, a colorful inkjet printer HP DJ970Cxi that supports automatic double-sided printing was born.
2003 HP Photosmart 7960, a digital photo printer using eight-color ink technology in the world, came out
In the spring of 2005, the world's first 9-color photo printer HP Photosmart 8758 was born
Inkjet printing technology was proposed as early as 1960, but it took 16 years for a commercial inkjet printer to be born in IBM. The original BM4640 was developed by Professor Hertz and his colleagues at the Lutheran Institute of Technology in Sweden. Call it continuous inkjet technology. The so-called continuous inkjet is to produce ink droplets in a continuous way regardless of printing or non-printing, and then recycling or loosening the non-printing ink drops. However, this technology almost uses a drop method to print ink dots on paper. The difference in effect can be dreamed of, so it has no practical value in practice.
In 1976, piezoelectric ink dot manipulation technology came out
In the same year as IBM4640, the three pioneer researchers Zoltan, Kyser and Sear of Siemens Technology successfully developed and launched piezoelectric ink dot manipulation technology (the predecessor of EPSON technology) and successfully applied it to Seimens Pt-80. The printer was mass-produced and sold in 1978, becoming a commercial inkjet printer in the world. In 1979, Bubble Jet bubble inkjet technology came out
Researchers from Canon in Japan successfully developed the Bubble Jet technology. This technology uses a heating element to instantly heat the ink in the nozzle to generate bubbles to form pressure, and then the ink is ejected from the nozzle and then the physical properties of the ink itself are used to cool the sought-after The bubbles disappear, so as to achieve the two-layer intention of controlling the ink dot in and out and the size. Here is a short story from the company. On one day in July 1977, Ichiro Endo of the 22nd seminar room of the Canon Product Technology Research Institute in Meguro-ku, Tokyo, accidentally put a heated soldering iron on the injection needle while conducting a test in the laboratory. When the attachment was attached, ink quickly flew out of the injection needle. Inspired by this, two years later, the bubble inkjet technology was developed.
At the same time, HP has also discovered the same technology. HP and Canon both claim that their researchers are the first to develop inkjet printing technology in order to establish their position in the field of inkjet printing. However, the concept of "bubble" has been snatched by Canon, and HP had to name it Thermal Ink-Jet.
In 1991, di presented a colorful inkjet printer and a large format printer
HP HP deskjet 500C is a colorful inkjet Epson's intelligent ink drop replacement technology, natural color restoration technology, ultra-precision micro ink drop technology, etc.; Canon's professional photo optimization technology, quadruple color control technology, etc.; HP's beautiful image Layering technology, intelligent color enhancement technology, etc. Both have further improved the technical content of inkjet printers.
The printer, in June 1994, the HP DeskJet 525Q, a product remodeled by Hong Kong, was only presented in China. HP DesignJet is the first time that Hewlett-Packard Company applied its thermal inkjet printing technology to a large format printer, and launched a monochromatic large format inkjet printer in the world. The presentation of colorful inkjet printers and large-format printing are extremely important milestones in the history of inkjet printers.
In 1994, micro piezoelectric printing technology came out
As early as the 1970s, Epson started the research on piezoelectric technology. After nearly 20 years, it finally succeeded in applying micro-piezo printing technology to the printer category and completed the productization. The basic principle of micro-voltage technology is to place many small piezoelectric ceramics near the nozzle of the print head of the inkjet printer, and the ink will be deformed under the action of voltage, so that the ink in the nozzle is ejected and formed on the surface of the output medium. picture. Later, Epson's intelligent ink drop replacement technology, natural color restoration technology, ultra-precision micro ink drop technology, etc.; Canon's professional photo optimization technology, quadruple color control technology, etc.; HP's beautiful image layering technology, intelligent color enhancement technology, etc. Both have further improved the technical content of inkjet printers.
Mr Ma: 18929329927
Q Q: 1282223875
Mail box: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Room 401, Building 1, Yuxinfeng Industrial Park, No. 3, Junma 1st Road, Chigang, Humen Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province
Scan and focus on us
Please leave your comments or suggestions